FAQ About Post-Impressionism
What was the significance of the "Salon des Indépendants" exhibition in the history of Post-Impressionism?
The "Salon des Indépendants" exhibition, which was established in 1884 in Paris, was an important venue for Post-Impressionist artists to showcase their work to the public. Unlike other exhibitions of the time, the Salon was open to any artist who wanted to exhibit, regardless of their style or subject matter. This allowed Post-Impressionist artists to show their work to a wide audience, and helped to establish the movement as a significant force in the art world.